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Top 5 Foul Strains for Funky Weed Lovers

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I’ll be honest, my weed nose isn’t great. Most of the time when a friend describes the “fine notes of raspberry and orange, with undercurrents of chocolate and pine” for a strain, or whatever, the lawn just smells like…weed.

And that’s great, don’t get me wrong, I love the smell of cannabis. But many of them smell like “general lawn smell” to me. Maybe some weed smells are too subtle for my nose.

So, I thought I’d test my sun by finding some of the funniest and most confusing weed strains. Target? To really get those smells in my nose and try to figure them out. Not just ordinary smelly weeds – really loud, wet and cool strains. The kind that makes you wince and turn your head when you open the bag. But in the best way.

I was completely surprised by the results of my smelly experiment. I found a new favourite, and was also able to parse some of the disingenuous criteria that lead me to question why it’s so popular.

Regardless of my likes, pungent herbs should be celebrated for their mushrooms. Here are my findings on the top 5 best weed strains.


marijuana cheese strain
Pass the cheese, please. (Marshall Bateman/AdobeStock)

Definitely my favorite on this list, the classic Smelly cheese It flew under my radar for years. The name couldn’t be more appropriate – its sharp aroma will remind you of stinky cheese. Side note: I once smoked a strawberry cheesecake tasted Just like strawberry cheesecake.

With Skunk and Afghan roots, this old rotting breed became popular in the 1980s and comes from the UK. Its smell is funky and not too disgusting. With the happy, relaxed and calm vibes, the cheese is great for hanging out and talking with friends, and I definitely pick it up whenever I see it now.


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Thanks to the resin, potency and aroma - the seeds and clones of the original glue are in high demand in 2019.
Glued it to the sofa. (David Downes/Lively)

Sorry glue lovers, I’ve tried. I really. But the adhesives are not for me.

I appreciate it GG4, also known as Original Glue or Gorilla Glue, smells like its namesake with all Chems and Sours in its bloodline, but heavy couch closet – as in, I couldn’t move for an hour or two – too strong and pungent for me.

Regardless of my personal experience, there is no denying that the GG4 is a modern classic. Simply go to any dispensary and check the list for all breeds that have the word “Glue” in their name. It has also been one of the best strains on the Leafly for a few years. And while it’s not one of my favorites, the popularity of GG4 shows how the stinky and invasive qualities of the weed are celebrated.

sour diesel

sour diesel marijuana strain
A funky weed lover’s dream. (Michael / AdobeStock)

This unholy baby of Chemdog and Super Skunk is a funky weed-lover’s dream. sour diesel It’s one of the classics: a perfect sativa with vibrant, energizing effects that’s been around since the ’90s. It doesn’t get more acute than this. It’s not just a diesel smell, but a sour smell as well.

When I open a sachet of Sour D, it usually hits me under the back of my jaw, as if I ate a lot of sour candy. With his appreciation for funk and energy, he’s great for going on an adventure.


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genetically modified cookies

Garlic Cookies mm… (Leafly)

With nicknames like “garlic, mushroom, and onion” and “garlic cookies,” you can guess what you’ll get genetically modified cookies. Like many of the breeds on this list, its name doesn’t lie–it has a loud smell with lots of diesel and hints of garlic.

Across the classics of Chemdog and GSC, GMO will take you to the moon with powerful exhilarating effects and bring you a peaceful descent into sleep. This image first came out a few years ago and has skyrocketed the charts with your featured funk.


nug by Motorbreath
Hold your breath. (David Downes/Lively)

name alone from Motorbreath It makes me shiver and turn my head. Via Chemdog and SFV OG, it blends super gassy tastes with a hint of citrus. The scent alone will refresh you.

The name may be reminiscent of ’80s metal, but Motorbreath isn’t a headbanger – the OG’s roots are in the influences, where they’re known to be happy and laid-back, yet focused.

Pat Goggins

Pat Goggins is an editor at Leafly, who specializes in growing hemp after working for a commercial farmer in Oregon for two years. When not fixing typos, you’ll likely find it on a boat or in the mountains.

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